Executive Education

Financial Crime: Provisions, Compliance, and Enforcement

About this course

Course code:
Professional/Short Course
Bristol Law School
Two days
Course director:
Professor Nicolas Ryder

Page last updated 18 September 2018


At Bristol Business School, our portfolio of open programmes offers you and your business a flexible learning solution.  We have a range of programmes covering a wide range of topics, including Finance, Strategy, Marketing, Leadership, Coaching and Mentoring, Innovation, and Design Thinking, among many others.  Our programmes are delivered by experienced practitioners and academics, who combine cutting-edge thinking with a practical, real-world focus, ensuring our programmes meet professional and industry needs.

Programme introduction

In recent decades, financial crime has become an increasing concern to governments and businesses across the world.  Although the impact of financial crime varies in different contexts, it is a substantial threat to the development of economies and their stability, and can lead to serious financial losses for businesses globally.

This programme is designed to introduce participants to the legal framework relating to the prevention and reduction of financial crime and relevant statutory provisions from an international, regional and national perspective.  It includes an up-to-date unique analytical overview of the extensive financial crime compliance regime.

Who is it for?

This programme is suitable for financial crime compliance officers, members of the legal profession, financial services profession, managers who are responsible for the internal financial crime policies and law enforcement officers.

What do I get out of it?

Participants will be provided with an innovative, holistic and research led overview of related financial crime compliance issues.  At the end of the programme, you will have greater commercial awareness and a practical understanding of the issues relating to financial crimes prevention.

Entry requirements

There are no formal entry requirements for this programme. 



What does it cover?

This programme will introduce delegates to the international, regional and national legislative frameworks, related compliance programmes and the enforcement provisions/mechanisms that relate to prevention and detection of financial crime. It will explore the following topics:

  • An Introduction to Financial Crime
  • Money Laundering
  • The Financing of Terrorism
  • Fraud
  • Corporate Economic Crime
  • Bribery and Corruption
  • Insider Dealing and Market Abuse
  • Tax Evasion

How will I learn?

This stimulating programme will be delivered via mini interactive lectures, group discussions, sample financial crime related problem questions and online sample MCQs.  The programme is designed to enable the participant to fully engage with an innovative research led programme.  Participants will be encouraged to undertake preparatory reading and study for the two day programme.

Prices and dates

There is currently no published fee data for this course.

Supplementary fee information

Please see the table below for current fees and discounts available. All prices are VAT exempt.

Discounts can not be used in conjunction with each other. The greatest discount available will be applied at your booking confirmation.

CohortFull FeeEarly Bird DiscountAlumni/UWE Staff Discount
November 2018£600£540£510
Payment Deadline 2 October 201813 November 2018

Fees include car parking, lunch and refreshments

Programme Dates


November 2018

Session 1

Session 2


Wednesday 28 November 2018

Thursday 29 November 2018


09.30 - 16.30

09.30 - 16.30


UWE Bristol, Frenchay Campus, Coldharbour Lane, Bristol BS16 1QY

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How to apply

How to apply

To make a full or provisional booking for this programme, please complete the relevant online booking form below:

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For further information

  • Email: Please contact us through the online enquiry form
  • Telephone: +44 (0)117 32 87408

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